Teach EFL in a Private School in South Korea!

Date posted:2018-01-25 | Writer: Reach to Teach | Email: [email protected]

Reach To Teach's South Korea program is one of our most popular teach abroad programs, and for good reason. We place hundreds of happy teachers in South Korea each year. With Reach To Teach, you can count on being placed at an excellent school that will take good care of you. No scams. No hassles. Check out our program reviews to see what teachers have to say about us!

We have many openings at various schools located throughout Korea 

START DATES: We have positions starting throughout the year.


Bachelor's Degree

Native Speaker from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, the UK, and the US

Preference for positions is given to teachers that hold a 120-hour TEFL/CELTA/TESOL certificate

No teaching experience required if you have a TEFL certificate

You must be willing to work weekday nights and weekends

Clear Criminal Background Check


MONTHLY SALARY: 2.1 million Won+ per month

AIRFARE: Airfare Reimbursement

HOUSING: Free housing provided (utilities not included)

PAID VACATION: Paid vacation for 7 to 10 working days plus 13-15 National Holidays

TEACHING HOURS: 40 hour work week (5 day work week)


Training at the school before you begin

Medical insurance and pension, 50% of which is covered by the school

Higher salaries for teachers who choose to work in more rural locations  


Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading.

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


This unit is all about evaluating and testing the students language skills. the content also tries to look at a wide variety tests that can be used before, during and at the end of an English language course.from this unit i have also learnt that students can also evaluate themselves and this can be achieved by administering a questionnaire to the students or guided discussion topics.Syllable juncture within speaking skills is a slow process and takes lots of practice with both listening and speaking such syllables. I personally look forward to getting students involved with talking and thinking about fairy tales from their country and correlating it with content. It could be a great way to get them excited about learning and I could learn more about them as well.